Doing Business with Malta

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Marat Terterov, Jonathan Reuvid
GMB Publishing Ltd, 2005 - Business & Economics - 244 pages
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Originally published in the pre-EU-accession period, this E-Book edition of Doing Business with Malta has been updated to take account of the post-accession changes to the legal and fiscal environment. It remains a definitive appraisal of the economic system and investment climate, including an examination of the legal structure and business regulation, information on the financial sector and unique best practice on all aspects of trading with and investing in Malta. As Malta's former 'fortress economy' has now been greatly diversified, the guide also provides an overview of key sectors of trade and investment. Malta is a fast-growing economy, where GDP has been increasing at around 3.7 per cent annually since 1995. CONTRIBUTORS INCLUDE: AVMT Advocates, Malta External Trade Corporation Ltd, Malta Financial Services Centre, Malta Chamber of Commerce, Malta Development Corporation, HSBC. Sources included: Deloitte & Toucheand Malta Freeport
 

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Contents

Part Two The Scope of the Market
67
Part Three The Financial Sector
135
the Taxation and Legal Environment
169
Operating an Enterprise
199
Appendices
229
Back cover
246
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About the author (2005)

Dr. Marat Terterov holds a Ph.D. from St.Antony‚s College, Oxford. He is author of over a dozen books addressing the business environment in the former Soviet Union and the Middle East. He recently co-authored a major USAID study evaluating privatization in Egypt and, as a consultant to the UK government, has advised British companies on Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan and other countries. He speaks frequently at the Centre for International Briefing and is author of academic articles on the Middle East and the former Soviet Union. He also holds a Chevening Scholarship. He has edited over a dozen books for Global Market Briefings on foreign investment in countries of the former Soviet Union, the Balkans and the Middle East, including Russia, Ukraine, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Serbia, Croatia, Bahrain, Egypt and Libya.

Jonathan Reuvid was an economist at the French national oil company, Total, before moving into investment banking, financial consultancy and marketing strategy. After heading up the European operations of a US multinational engineering group, he engaged in the development of joint ventures and technology transfers in northern China from the mid-1980s, where he remains involved. In addition to Doing Business with China, Mr. Reuvid is also the editor of the forthcoming updates of the Doing Business with⦠series covering the 10 new EU member states.

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